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Brewed by HaandBryggeriet (Norway)
Style: Imperial Stout
Drammen, Norway
Serve in Snifter

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RATINGS: 574   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.9/5   EST. CALORIES: 330   ABV: 11%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Odins Tipple was meant to be a strong beer, but we changed our minds...its still strong but we wont follow the mega strong trend. It should be possible to make great beer without the extreme alcohol potency. Odins Tipple is now approx 11% abv, itís a dark almost black beer from lots and lots of chocolate malt. Its the malt that contributes the flavor...no added coffee or anything else, Its got a great body without being old engine oil and still very drinkable due to the wild yeast we use. This beer is made with a single strain of wild yeast and the recipe is dead simple.

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3.9
   AROMA 7/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 16/20
stobbe74 (3789) - DENMARK - NOV 10, 2010
Sample at Borefts Beer Festival 2010. Pours a pitch black beer with a chocolate head. The aroma is malt, coffee, roasted and spices. The flavor is malt, roasted, licoricem coffee and notes of alcohol. The palate is sweet with notes of bitterness and some alcoholwarmth. Overall a good beer with a good balance.

4.4
   AROMA 8/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 9/10   PALATE 5/5   OVERALL 17/20
HonusWagner (2159) - Florida, USA - NOV 9, 2010
Smokey as all hell, really rich, slick. Chocolatey, roasty, mild citrus bitterness in the finish. Damn good.

3.9
   AROMA 8/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 7/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 16/20
lusikka (7812) - Tampere, FINLAND - NOV 6, 2010
500 ml bottle.
Pours a pitch black colour with a very beautiful dark, reddish brown head. Oily texture. Aroma of roasted malts and sweet dark chocolate. Flavour of roasted malts, sweetish chocolate with syrupy notes. A bit thin on the palate. Medium/full bodied, low but rough carbonation. Warming finish. Very straightforward but not bad.

3.9
   AROMA 8/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 7/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 15/20
tiong (7128) - Espoo, FINLAND - NOV 6, 2010
500ml bottle from Bierkompass

A pretty good imperial stout. Pours pitch black with massive beige head. Great appearance. Taste is not very complex and alcohol tastes a bit too much.

4.2
   AROMA 8/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 5/5   OVERALL 16/20
sfhodense (4789) - Odense Nō, DENMARK - OCT 28, 2010
Pours black with a light brown head. Aroma is roasted malt, chocolate and liquorish. Flavour is roasted malt, chocolate, alcohol and liquorish.

4.3
   AROMA 8/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 9/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 18/20
rateyourpoison (198) - chicago, Illinois, USA - OCT 25, 2010
1.9 oz btl Batch 210. Inky black with a deep deep brown head. The aroma is of licorice, roasted malt, and some cherry. The taste is super unique. One of roasted malt, dark fruit, and tobacco for sure. A crisp tart spiciness that builds and kicks. Almost a puckering sourness in the finish. One of my favorites.

4.1
   AROMA 7/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 9/10   PALATE 5/5   OVERALL 16/20
Borresteijn (6863) - Zaandam, NETHERLANDS - OCT 24, 2010
50cl Bottle from De Bierkoning. Black colour, brown head. Aroma of hard roasted malts, chocolate, sweet spices and fruits, coffee. Flavour is sweet, chocolate mousse, sweet light spices, light fruity, bitter roasted coffee finish. Thereís much more in there I canít pinpoint. Carbonation is a bit too much when the beer is cold, but when it warms up the mouthfeel is just superbly rich, creamy and smooth. Fullbodied. Good stuff, great label.

3.8
   AROMA 7/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 15/20
JCB (3999) - Durham, North Carolina, USA - OCT 23, 2010
Bottle from Beerlando - thanks, Bryan! Extremely thick pour, dark brown with a thick head stained by berries from the World Tree. Pretty complex nose, yielding ripe yeast, sweet fruits, molasses, and something oddly juniper-ish. Thick, oily mouthfeel seems to suit this kind of heavy, overstuffed beer. Bitter chocolate and toffee emerge in the tasting, a real riot of flavors that seem to evoke barrel-aged stouts, Belgian stouts, and heavy amounts of wood. Ragnarok awaits.

3.7
   AROMA 7/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 16/20
cgarvieuk (23820) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - OCT 23, 2010
bottle at home ... deep black .. thin tan head ... roast malt ... little licorice ... little seaweed nose ... ligth sweet roast ... again a little licorice ... quite a lot of alcohol... rich molasis... little oil body ...

3.3
   AROMA 6/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 13/20
Glouglouburp (6103) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - OCT 21, 2010
In short: A tasty thick spicy chocolaty dark ale of some kind. A bad idea done well.
How: Bottle 500ml. Consumed a few days after purchase but already 1.5 year after brewing date!?! (bottle said brewed January 20 2009).
The look: Black body topped by a medium tan head
In long: Nose is very roasted, chocolaty and a strange spiciness that Iíd describe as a cross between anise and cinnamon. Taste is chocolate cake, earth, gingerbread man, dirty wood, anise, molasses, more spices. The body is full and very thick, very very thick. The spiciness was a little over the top for me, almost like the type of hot spiciness that I associate more with Nachos chip than beer. The very lively Belgian-like carbonation helps to make that monster more drinkable than it should be. This is a daring beer. Not bad at all, but not quite my cup of tea. Supposedly Odin and Santa Claus are the same person. He was forced to take this side-line job to make ends meet because of the Asgard real estate bubble. Or so the legend says.


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